Canal Restoration at Dymock
Work on the Canal at Dymock has progressed sporadically over many years, starting back in 2004 when the Trust were able to persuade Gloucestershire County Council to restore a road bridge over the line of the canal, rather than just infill the space beneath.
More recently, the Trust sucessfully negotiated with lanners and developers to ensure that restoration of the Canal featured significantly in plans for a new housing development.
More details on these can be seen in the links below.
Future plans for Dymock
Onging maintenance is vital, especially during ther warmer months, and new volunteer assistance is always welcomed.
- Keeping the site neat and tidy for walking
- Cutting grass with the Trust’s Grillo mower
- Ensuring the pump is maintaining the desired water level in the recently built winding pool alongside the new housing
The Trust also maintains a watching brief over the line of the canal, and in particular strives to influence any future plans for development likely to affect the path of the canal and its future restoration.
Canal Walk Leaflet
Canal Walk No 3 – Dymock
This walk of about 5 miles, starts at Dymock, Gloucestershire, which is about four miles north of Newent, on the B4215.
As with the first two leaflets, the Dymock walk has been researched and written by Nigel Jefferies.
Copies of the leaflet and others are available on request for a small fee.
More on the Canal at Dymock…
Over the past twelve months the six existing Canal Walk leaflets have been updated, and can now be purchased online. A seventh Walk, planned around Ashperton, is in the course […]
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May 2016Green Apple Award 2016 – International Recognition H&G Canal Trust has won an International Green Apple Award 2016 for the Built Environment and Architectural Heritage. The Award was given […]
February 2016 First Phase at Dymock completed! Dymock Parish Council wanted affordable housing to keep Dymock a vibrant community and ensure the survival of the village school (and other facilities […]
As the photographs show, the towpath bank had taken shape and the electricity cable has been moved into its new location […]
November 2014 Canal banks take shape at Dymock! We are pleased that at last the Canal restoration is proceeding on site, if very much delayed. We greatly look forward to […]
13 March 2013 – Dymock Planning Application Approved. We are extremely grateful to the Councillors at Forest of Dean Council for their clear support in granting Planning Permission for the […]
Wednesday 13 March 2013 Planning Application Approved. We are extremely grateful to the Councillors at Forest of Dean Council for their clear support in granting Planning Permission for the Dymock […]
Location Dymock Bridge is a former road over rail bridge in the centre of Dymock village. History The bridge was constructed originally for the Gloucester – Ledbury railway in 1885, […]